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Featuring the Covid-19 Longhauler Advocacy Project

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Live on Zoom on Sunday April 18, 2021 at 4:00 pm Pacific Time, join Covid-19 Longhauler Advocacy Project Founder Karyn Bishof; LTD insurance expert Andrew Kantor of Kantor & Kantor; Social Security Attorney Moselle Leland; and Dr. Sarah Lowenthal as they will be on hand to discuss various elements of the long term and social security disability insurance as they relate to longhaulers.

They will answer questions and discuss best practices and proven strategies from filing claims to appealing denials, and more.


Anyone with questions, concerns, and issues such as (these are examples):

  • As a longhauler, what should you know about the relationship between long-term disability and Social Security insurance?
  • What should you know about filing your claims?
  • What are the best strategies for working with your treating physician?
  • Your long-term disability claim was denied, now what?
  • You have questions about the timing of SSDI claims
  • And more questions that will arise throughout these chats

Please enjoy this recent article from Karyn Bishof on her one year COVID-19 anniversary: https://link.medium.com/fxy9BedxEeb

The Zoom Information and Registration is Here: http://bit.ly/LonghaulersChat

If you wish to send questions before the converstaion, please address them to C19longhauleradvocacyproject@gmail.com.
You can also post questions on the Covid-19 Longhauler Advocacy Project Facebook group page.

  • Andrew M. Kantor
  • Karyn Bishof
  • Dr. Sarah Lowenthal
  • Moselle C. Leland
  • Andrew M. Kantor Andrew M. Kantor


    Andrew's practice is focused primarily on helping individuals obtain wrongfully denied disability and life insurance benefits in both the ERISA and non-ERISA (bad faith) policies. Since beginning his career at Kantor & Kantor, Andrew has helped hundreds of clients secure wrongfully denied disability. Andrew has recently been named as a member of the Community Advisory Council at the Solve ME/CFS Initiative. Andrew also serves on the Board of The Elder Law and Disability Rights Center. In addition, his efforts have been recognized by Super Lawyers, being named a Rising Star in Southern California for 2019 and 2020.

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  • Karyn Bishof Karyn Bishof

    Karyn Bishof is a former firefighter/ paramedic sidelined after dealing with the lingering effects of COVID-19 for the last year. Ms. Bishof founded the COVID-19 Long Hauler Advocacy Project, which is focused on advocacy, education and support for Long Haulers and is a Co-Founder of the Long COVID Alliance.

    The group focuses on advocating for long haulers by pushing for legislative actions to protect and help longhaulers and research into Long Covid to find treatment options and hopefully a cure. The group provides education to patients, medical providers and researchers and their friends and family, including how to advocate for yourself and what to expect and do throughout your Long Haul journey. The group also offers a safe place for members to discuss their ongoing journey and support from members who are going through the same things, often not available and misunderstood from non Long Haulers.

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  • Dr. Sarah Lowenthal Dr. Sarah Lowenthal

    Dr. Sarah Lowenthal is a board-certified family physician who has a private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a graduate of the University of Chicago medical school and completed residency and chief residency at UCSF.

    Dr. Lowenthal is passionate about advocacy work for patients with mental and physical disability. Over the last year, she has become an expert disability arising from COVID-19 infection itself as well as the pandemic's social, financial, and psychological consequences.

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  • Moselle C. Leland Moselle C. Leland

    Moselle C. Leland was born and raised in Southern California. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of California, Los Angeles with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She completed her legal studies at Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles.

    Ms. Leland has always had an interest in the rights of individuals with disabilities. While in college, she worked for a disability attorney and volunteered at the Braille Institute as a teaching assistant for blind students. During law school, she studied disability rights. Ms. Leland can also speak conversational Spanish.

    In addition to being a member of NOSSCR, Moselle is a past chairperson of the Orange County Bar Association Social Security section and has spoken at patient support groups. Moselle has handled cases at all adjudicatory levels, including the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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